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August 31st, 2011
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Sunflower Farmers Market Coupon Policy

As most of you know by now, Oklahoma is getting a new store called Sunflower Farmers Market today (off of N May and NW 63rd) ! Matchups will be posted later today, but I wanted to let you know all about the coupon policy, so you are ready to get shopping! 🙂 It looks like this store is going to have some great deals even though they do not double coupons.

You can find the coupon policy HERE if you want to print it and keep it in your coupon box.

Sunflower Farmers Market accepts manufacturer coupons that have been clipped from newspapers or magazines, as well as internet coupons that have been printed by the customer.

Manufacturer Coupons

  • Customer must follow manufacturer coupon restrictions printed on coupon.
  • Coupon specifications on item (brand, product and size) must be met in order to receive discount.
  • Coupons must have an expiration date clearly listed.
  • Coupons must have a redemption address clearly listed.
  • Coupons must be current; expired coupons cannot be accepted.
  • Original coupons only; photocopies cannot be accepted.
  • Coupon UPC codes must legible.
  • Coupon values cannot exceed the retail price of the item. If the value of the coupon exceeds the retail price, only the retail amount of the item will be deducted.

Internet Coupons

  •  Internet coupons are subject to the same restrictions as manufacturer coupons; see above.

Competitor Coupons

  • They do not accept competitor coupons or manufacturer coupons from competitor ads.


  • CindLou 405 -

    Is this store replacing Akins? The location sounds like it might be.

  • I went yesterday and they have awesome deals. Kashi cereal was on sale 2 for $5, so with my $2 recycle bank coupon that makes a box only .50. And at the check out they were sacking groceries in their recyclable canvas bags that when you bring back you get .10 off your total. So my cereal is only .40 a box. Also, got some really yummy rice chips for 10/$10. You know those healthy chips are super expensive normally. Got a bag of shredded lettuce for around .99 or less (can’t remember). And my FAVORITE thing was the 5 stem sunflowers that are only 3.99. They are giant and absolutely beautiful. With all my coupon savings this week, I wanted to treat myself to a cheerful bouquet!

    Oh, forgot to tell you that on Wednesdays they honor the previous week’s ad paper and the current ad paper.

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